By Flore Girault. Slipper-Chair. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 20:36:35 PM.
In this article we're going to discuss what some people may consider the stereotypes of the kind of chairs that people choose to sit in. We've all seen the pictures, all through time. The mother sitting in a rocking chair holding her little baby rocking it to sleep. Or the grandfather sitting in his rocker, pipe in one hand and newspaper in the other rocking away the final days of his life in blissful peace. Perhaps you've seen the pictures of the little baby in a high chair eating his breakfast.
And what about the dining room chairs? Just take a look at any commonly depicted dining room scene. It's always the man sitting at the head of the table, wife across the way and the children all sitting at the sides of the table. The chairs are usually very plain and simple. No fancy chairs for a typical family of four.
Organization leaders need to keep this in mind when they introduce a change process. We're told all the time that change is good, change is where competitive advantage is found, and change is the only constant in business. While that may be true and your organization's survival likely depends upon the ability to reinvent itself as the market changes, employees by nature resist changes for themselves even while they are encouraging them for others.
Destination weddings are very popular, and you would want an entirely different type of seating then you would for a rustic ceremony. For a wedding on the sand, the classic white folding chair will look light and fresh. They will be simple and not detract from the natural beauty of the ocean in front of them.
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